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Sack Rohr Now Before It’s Too Late -Oliseh

Sack Rohr Now Before It’s Too Late -Oliseh

Former Nigerian midfielder, Sunday Oliseh has called on the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to sack the current Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr due to his inability to move Nigeria’s football forward.

Oliseh made this call on the backdrop of the Super Eagles’ 1-0 loss to the Central Africa Republic in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos on Thursday.

The 1994 Africa Cup of Nations winner in an interview with ‘Saturday Punch’, stated that Nigeria’s football has retrogressed under the German tactician in the past five years.

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“It’s disgusting the level the coach has taken our football to. I watched the game and we didn’t have a definite pattern and a philosophy of how we play. I dare ask what he has achieved in five years with these talented players at his disposal.

“Since his appointment, this coach has been paid $55,000 per month, the sum of $2,640,000 by a country where the U-17, U-23, the Super Falcons and Super Eagles are threatening strike for unpaid wages. Put that in perspective for a moment, our football is not the same as it was. We need a fresh direction before it’s too late.”

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  • Abdul Handsy 2 weeks ago

    See this shameless African Guardiola who came, priced market and “tuama” when the ovation seems loudest!

    Shameless African Guardiola!

  • Footballfanatic 2 weeks ago

    Sunday I know you are not talking….. We humans will never cease to amaze ourselves in both good and horrible ways. You abandoned a team weeks before a crucial qualifier, you sent players into early retirement, you are arrogant, and you also lost your job coaching a club only to claim that you left because of illegal activities but you haven’t gotten any job till date lol. I don’t think you should open your mouth considering the way you left and how we eventually did not qualify for the Nation’s cup that year.

    • Nana Austine 2 weeks ago

      You are right

    • Oliseh might not be perfect but Rohr isn’t doing a good job. Total waste of money, we have good coaches in Nigeria and they will do better with the talented players we have now…

  • Coache 2 weeks ago

    We know them, the way they supported Amodu with his wishy washy pattern of play way back 2009, is the same way they are supporting Failure Rohr. You don’t know it is an abomination for Super Eagles to lose in Lagos. The players are endangering their lives.

    He might have failed during his stint but he must be allowed to speak the truth.

    • FootballfanatiC 2 weeks ago


      • Oliseh, I’m sorry, ur not a coach therefore stop mouthing the man in charge for now. When your giving the opportunity to Mount the coaching crew, you messed up so leave Rohr alone. The defeat we had should be blamed to the boys and not the coach. They undefeated the CAR and was surprised with defeat. Simple.

      • Coache 2 weeks ago

        Rohr is not at the same level as Oliseh. Rohr is way too small, Oliseh is tactically and technically sound in modern football.

        You dared not threaten me not to criticize whom I want to. This is not your Nigerian rubbish where you celebrate mediocrity and praise failures. All over Africa, Nigerians are proud because of the way the SE used to whitewash teams in the past. No Nigerian coach has ever talked down on the Nigerian players like this Failure Rohr.

        • Footballfanatic 2 weeks ago

          Not on the same level of course cu he ran the fuck away when he was supposed to prove himself. Siasia had more balls than him. No celebration of mediocrity here buddy just stating facts. Amodu did his best with the 1.5 or 2 milliona naira meagre pay they paid him then. No coach has equalled his record of qualification for 2 worldcups and don’t get me wrong I’m not saying he is a Saint but he did his part that is forever etched in the history of Nigerian football. Sunday Oliseh will never get close to that super eagles coaching job in the next 10 years. I don’t care if he is well versed in modern day warfare or tactics or whatever bs you said.

        • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

          Hahahaha…..your technically sound Oliseh couldn’t qualify for ordinary AFCON and was booted out of CHAN in the group stages, plunged us to 70th in the world and retired our best legs. His mess is what Rohr is still cleaning up till date….. LMAOOO….he is indeed better than Rohr.

    • ADEYEMI Temitope 2 weeks ago

      This coach will continue to play on our stupidity and he can never take us to promiseland be it winning nations cup or world cup. A coach who is found of losing at home to 100 POSITION in FIFA rankings is not fit to coach our under 17 not to talk of Super Eagles. Sack him before it is too late

  • As long as the nff don’t have people like me to consult . I told Dem but dey do read my post u 17 u 20 u 23 look at the trend of losing qualification now it is the main eagles. … It is not coach fault . It is our mentality as nigerians. God forbid if eagle meet bokinafaso Benin morroco now. Because of bad attitude dey wil beat eagles home and away. Not because of eagles are not good oo.but because of our mentality.. against Car the defense was where eagles where operating for and the attacker were waiting for the ball.in the days of old the Nigerian defense like star from the no 9.in the front.think about this before the Sunday game.i wil not say the score ..

    • Lord AMO 2 weeks ago

      Its very difficult to comprehend what you’re trying to say. Not trying to insult you man, just pointing it out

    • NaijaEaglesFan 2 weeks ago

      Guess who abandoned the “fresh direction” and caused the Eagles a Nations Cup qualification?!!!!!!!

      I watched a YouTube video where Olise was telling Yobo and Udeze how the France 98 world cup winning team puts French Football Federation on the hot seat and made it impossible for candidates outside the group to be picked as France coach, suggesting that Nigeria ex-internationals get together to do the same but forgot to note that he already had the opportunity to kick start that but messed it up with his actions. Let’s face the facts, Olise doesn’t know much technically nor tactically
      which was the reason he abandoned the team to avoid being exposed. He made so much noise, excuses and accusations that someone was after his life because of his position as Nigeria coach, he was being tracked,traced and hunted with juju, however when he realized the excuses were not being bought by the fans and the public, he bailed, leaving the Eagles with no coach days to an important Nations cup qualification match. His incompetence was glaring for everyone to see and the effect was so damaging that Siasia was called in for rescue which was a little too late. Now the same individual is running his mouth?.. It’s a shame that he has no shame.

  • Sunnyb 2 weeks ago

    I ve been saying this for years, this team lacks character, lacks leadership, no passion, lacks good technical staffs, imagine country like Nigeria relying on only one attacking midfielder, folks watch Mail, Morocco, Senegal, see hunger see passion see skills, this team is a joke, we only have four or five good players, somebody was complaining about our defenders not on Africa top 25 list last week some clowns shut the guy down. Folks you see our luck has ended now this team must face the reality are they going to fight or lay down.

  • Oakfield 2 weeks ago

    Haha hah……. Oh my…. Why does he always make reference to the man’s salary whenever he wants to dish out his garbage? E day pain am say he’s being paid such an amount of money but has not considered the fact that he pays his 3 assistants from there and sadly enough doesn’t even get it paid on time on a regular basis. I wonder why u kept quiet all this while regarding the backlog of unpaid wages and allowances that were owed the coach and his crew only to come out here and spew garbage bcs of a slip which happens in football at some point. The fact that u didnt come out to call out the nff to pay this man his salaries shows that your are evil. The fact u haven’t callled out or condemned the nff for appointing a dummy as an as assistant shows that you are more wicked than satan. How do want him to perform when his assistant who is supposed to bring fresh ideas when it matters most is a dummy??? . What a shame. U think we have forgotten how u forced some our best players into retirement and abandoned ur ship in the middle of the sea only for this man to come to the rescue and clean up ur mess. U want them to sack him and appoint you again so that you’ll come chase every player away from the team this time around abi? I swear, You’ll never ever smell that post again, so stop dreaming. At a time the team’s confidence is down and needs the encouragement of everybody especially ex internationals like you to get back on track you here calling for the sack of the coach at a critical stage of the world cup qualifiers. So, this was how u captained the team during ur days in the eagles. Going behind to sabotage the coach bcs he lost a match??? Shame on you!!! I put it to you that you are evil and a shameless wicked soul. Arrogant miserable idiot. Anu offia!

  • I’m not an Oliseh fan, but if anyone is really sincere to themselves, this team has no clear-cut, identifiable pattern of play. Rohr has tried; we’ve had some memorable wins under him, but we’ve either stagnated or moving too slowly since 2019. Next FIFA ranking, we might plummet to number 10 in Africa.

    It’s always been about winning anyhow. Individual plays, no gel, no fluidity, no flow. Fact is, Rohr is good, but HE’S NOT FANTASTIC. I rate him 55%, which is not good enough for a nation with rich footballing history & culture as Nigeria.

    I think Rohr’s outstanding should be cleared after the match tomorrow. Dangote, Otedola, Onyema, please bail NFF out to clear the backlog of salaries. Let a consortium of indigenous coaches led by Amunike take over (Alloy Agu must go with Rohr). We are grateful, but it’s time to say adios.

    As for Rohr’s ardent fans, please let’s drop all the PR for the German and think Nigerian. When honestly can you say “That’s it. I withdraw my support”? When we get knocked out in the first round of Afcon next year? Common! Or you’ll still explain that away. We saw what Egypt did after an away draw. But we keep papering the cracks and say it’s all good.

    • Bigwills 2 weeks ago

      Please every one, let’s put Nigeria first before any one! This is the only game that brings us together and of a fact we are not doing well under this coach, we have all the arsenals, but the coach cant use them for years now. Our game has change from what it used to be. We need our super eagles back. We are all passionate about it so let the coach go please, he has done well for him self. As for his pay, we only delays but he will be paid. This nations cup and world cup, we have players for it cause God has given us abundant.

    • Patrator 2 weeks ago

      God bless you man!
      It’s the “Rohr is good but he’s not fantastic” for me.

      He’s good at man management, good at handling the antics of those gluttonous NFF and maybe good at other things but tactically, Rohr isn’t there at alllll. You can’t even read a game as a coach, 0 in game management. You’re surrendered a 4 goal lead for a draw ..lol

      Super eagles may not be in same level with Senegal, Algeria and their likes yet but there’s quality in Super eagles, quality enough to do better things.

      I do not trust our local coaches, and corrupt NFF can’t afford quality coaches… Torn in between

      If Rohr is sacked today, na that celebrity Yobo go assume head coach office, back to square one.

      Rohr isn’t good enough but if we can’t get someone really better than him…make dem leave am make we dey manage am sha…

      If Super eagles make it to Qatar, I’ll be very surprise

      Kel, once again, God bless for saying it as it is

    • Ayphillydegreat 2 weeks ago

      “When we get knocked out in he first round of AFCON”??? Can you put a bet on it that the SuperEagles will be knocked out in the first round of the AFCON in Cameroon??? Even if we go to the AFCON without a coach this SuperEagles can never be knocked out in the first round in the first round of the AFCON. Nobody is saying Rohr is the best thing to ever happen to our football, but we know where this Guardiola left us before the German came to steady the ship. Despite the loss we still created the most chances and dominated the opponent. We are in the middle of important qualifiers and it will be criminal to sack a coach you’re owing backlog of salaries. The notion that Amunike should come to replace him is quite laughable. Amunike that couldn’t qualify the U20 for the AFCON. Let him join them as an assistant first. We can brandish names, but truth is Nigeria can not afford a better coach than Rohr at this point. And when you hand over this talented squad to a local coach then we know it will be business as usual.

      • JimmyBall 2 weeks ago

        @Ayphillydegreat… Amuneke could not qualify U-20 Flying Eagles to U-20 African Nations Cup but he qualified Tanzania for Senior Nations Cup proper.. so the second argument I have called nullifies your ridicule of Amuneke regarding the U-20 return leg game played in Lagos under torrential rain-sogged pitch… that game in that condition was always going to be anybody’s game…

        I am not surprised because all the attacks you and @Dr.Drey like to direct to those like us in here with diverse views far from the expected Rohr-Cult-Worship expected of most forumites by Your person and @Dr.Drey was was just pure incredulity in the face of the obvious failings of a coach with quack methods… quack methods again laid bare and exposed against CAR… to think that our coach had 90minutes and did not know what to do to save the last remaining shreds of an overhyped abilities was very pitiful.

        Some of us did not just wake to start clamouring for midfielders who can direct games… ones with creative sinews running strands all over their body… as Nigerians we are used to having a playmaker, quite a few can still be got and tried but Rohr isnt thinking in that direction… he just like to huddle hapless static midfielders players to run robotic style all over the field with no effect… did you see what a young and well coached Kingsley Micahel played against Cape verde… if not for Corona situation and had our regulars played… no one will know kingsley Michael can play that level of courage…

        This is why we have continu to say give people like Nwakali chnace (he showed it against Athletico Madrid), get Ejaria or Dele Bashiru if Michael oliseh is not ready… in the absence of Iwobi. For me Joe Aribo is not a playmaker and had only had just two convincing games for us against Brazil and Ukraine… Another good player who can play us number 10 is Iyayi Atiemwen… me I dont believe in the club a player plays all the time… it is good to have players in Barcelona, Madrid and Milan but if not you make the best use of what you have and inject them with the right psyche.

        CAR came as real Wild Beasts and being fit and strong with a mentality of fearlessness… they disgraced our so much talked about Oyinbo wall… hahaha. Rewatching Balogun and Ekong huddled together on the floor in an emrassing heap of bodies was very demoralising… I have always said that Ekong cant play and tha is still my opinion… in the case of Balogun… he does not have the legs and swiftness any longer!

        What is there now to say in defence of an inept coach who must look for a scornful reason to tell as reason for falling to a very local national team with 4th division France based pros? Hear the coach… “we really missed Ndidi and Iwobi… with them the result would have been different” such a scornful and retarded comment… a nation of over 200million Nigerians now have to have Ndidi and Iwobi always at all cost to win matches… where those two not there against Cameroon recently in friendlies?

        • Ayphillydegreat 2 weeks ago

          I’m not saying Rohr can’t be sacked, but we should be careful what we wish for. Tanzania had almost already qualified for the AFCON before Amunike took over. He only need to win the last match at home for them to qualify. At the AFCON proper how far did he take them?? I’m not sure they draw or win any match at the AFCON. You guys are just crying about midfielder as if the ones there are not good enough. Nwakali who hardly gets games in Huesca Lmao!! Let’s wait and see. If we had won you will say he can only beat small teams. Don’t worry just enjoy this while it last.

        • Prof. Tamuno Offiali 2 weeks ago

          Beautiful comment. Did you watch Senegal, Egypt, Algeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Tunisia?

          These are our contemporaries and all won their games;’some home, others away.

          Playing CAR is like an England playing Andorra. We all saw the result today. An understrength England without Grealish, Henderson, Kane, Sterling, Phillips etal whitewashed Andorra 5-0 away from.home. Rohr is crying Iwobi and Ndidi against CAR. Shame!

          By the way, I am not holding briefs for Oliseh. His misdemeanor is well documented. I only responded to this post because of Ndidi and Iwobi angle.

          Any good coach should beat CAR with a 3rd/4th string Nigeria team made up of the following:

          1. Noble
          2. Shehu
          3. Collins
          4. Alhassan
          5. Nwobodo
          6. Ejaria
          7. That homebased Abia Warriors CB
          8. Valentine
          9. Dennis
          10. Dessers
          11. Marcos

          Dont forget a bench of 1.Any local goalkeeper
          2. Tijani
          3. Amoo
          4. Michael
          5. Sadiq
          6. Home based CB
          7. Home based LB

  • Adeniyi 2 weeks ago

    Alaye go and sit down! You lack the emotional right to say this. During your tenure you were also patternless…you insulted our captain, sent him to early retirement, things you won’t take when you were captain of the SE….you created discord in the team, you abandoned the team at a crucial period….we can go on and on about your show of shame….just shut up.

    We all know that Rohr lacks tactical deficiency but this shouldn’t come from you. I have always said this, what we have counted as success in the last five years Is as a result of the individual brilliance of the players not Rohr’s tactics

  • pompei 2 weeks ago

    Kel, I’m with you on this.
    Rohr is not fantastic. He never was!
    Rohr is the best Nigeria can afford at the moment. If NFF were competent, we would have the funds to afford a better coach. But here we are!
    I love your idea of the Nigerian elite coming to the rescue. We have quite a few BILLIONAIRES IN U.S DOLLARS right there in Nigeria.
    These ladies and gentlemen can come together and fund the hiring of a world class coach. I think we still need a foreign coach at the helm, but he can be assisted by qualified Nigerians, who can be groomed to take over in the long term. I think to give it to Nigerians now will be a mistake. It will be “African Guardiola” all over again.
    If we hire a world class coach that costs $1m a month, the total cost for the year is $12m. That’s lunch money for some of these our billionaires. A group of 5 to 10 of them can comfortably cover it, without batting an eyelid.
    If Rohr is to go, we must replace him with the real deal. No African Guardiolas, no half-baked home-based coaches, no mess.
    A world class coach will not tolerate his salary being owed for even a day, not to talk of months. These billionaires we have can foot the bill, and the Nigerian government can give them some tax breaks or some other thing that is of value to them to compensate them.
    Me, I don taya. The defeat to CAR was the final straw for me!
    It had been a long time coming. Onuachu’s last minute goal was what rescued us away against Benin. The 4-4 disaster against Sierra Leone at Ogbe Stadium. The 3 points gift wrapped and sent to us, from Cape Verde with love, thanks to the most bizarre own goal ever. The warning signs were there. It has culminated in this unheard of, unexplainable, unacceptable, defeat to CAR, a side ranked almost 100 places below Nigeria on the FIFA ranking module!!!
    I will always blame the useless NFF ONIGBESE first and foremost for this catastrophe. Nonpayment of salaries and bonuses was always going to dampen the morale of the team. Add to that, inadequate health insurance and player welfare. Add to that the nonsensical pitches. Our players are used to high quality pitches where they play week in, week out. We can’t expect them to perform the same way on the rubbish we call pitches. NFF’s incompetence, ineptitude and general maladministration is the number one culprit.
    Having said that, Rohr must bear his own share of the blame. I think he is maybe more interested in the hotel he runs in France than in the SE nowadays.
    Rohr supporters support him based on results. The results in the past few games have been underwhelming, and we urge Rohr to once again GIVE US SOMETHING TO SUPPORT!
    If he can’t continue, I understand, and it’s ok. I can’t work without pay, and I don’t expect that from him either. It’s time for Rohr to shape up, or ship out.
    I also blame the players. We were joking that playing CAR will be like Inter-house sports. Our boys actually approached the game with this mindset! They were so complacent and laid-back. Where is the professionalism? This is a world cup qualifier we’re talking about! Where is the desire, the hunger? Watch teams like Mali, Algeria, Senegal, CIV, and your heart will sink when you compare the way these guys play to the lackadaisical attitude of our boys.
    When you wear the SE jersey, the expectation is that you are going to give your all.
    If the player is not ready to do that, then other alternatives should be sought.
    I’m tired of this BIG MAN FOOTBALL thing. If you refuse to hustle and help the team, please stay away. Our coaches should please stop inviting big men. We need players, not big men!

    • Thank you @pompei. You’ve analysed the issue comprehensively and from several angles to give a balanced perspective. Even Rohr’s body language and post-match speech was that of resignation and half commitment and that blame lays squarely at the feet of the unmitigated disaster in the Glass House, Pinnick. You don’t pay a man and you want him committed? It doesn’t happen. It’s a natural thing. Money is the most powerful motivation.

      Pinnick himself acts aloof and untouchable cos he was installed by the powers that be after handsomely settling and shutting out Giwa, his then arch enemy for the NFF president’s seat. God forbid we play a draw tomorrow or even lose, Pinnick go know how far with Nigerian fans. If such calamity happens, I’d expect Rohr to resign instantly.

      Even if we win tomorrow (not negotiable), the man should be sorted and let go. With the standard Westerhof set in terms of tactical formations, samba playing style, players in natural positions, the best legs on the pitch and bench etc, we need to keep searching until we get it again. We can do it between now and Afcon with quality friendlies with a new gaffer and coaching crew.

    • Patrator 2 weeks ago

      Blessings man! Well rounded
      I love to hear the truth

      Let’s come to think of it, Rohr has been put under inconvenient condition by that corrupt NFF for months and man is comfortable with that? And are there no other African countries to take advantage of that situation by hijacking him? If he’s that good, he should gotten a better job

      Imagine Tuchel of Chelsea been treated poorly by Chelsea at the moment, so many clubs waiting for such opportunity to snatch him cux they know the stuff he’s made of. Can same be said of Rohr? Na condition we these corrupt NFF put us make us dey see Rohr like topnotch sha… Give Super eagles a sound coach with tactical prowess wey mad, these guys will make a mark in the world cup even

      • The problem is nigerian federation why picking lagos as a venue for an important match . Also problem with the coaches and de ptoduction of capable local players God save us all

    • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 2 weeks ago

      Thank you O Jare!
      I have been saying these same thing for YEARS!
      Forget Iheanacho! He is a waste of space, short one as far as first 11 goes, but he is an option from the bench period!
      Forget Ariba and Iwobi, again very good options but from the BENCH!
      Forget all this useless big man football because thats whats holding the team down! It is also self sabotage as Naija will never beat the serious footballing nations who are striving everyday to become more efficient and effective, lean mean sleek footballing machines, then to bring our African mentality and “big boy madness” being displayed by lazy, unintelligent backyard boys who got lucky because of the choices that were presented and many just being in the right place at the right time.
      Naija, if we don’t start doing things meritoriously then our numbers will continue to dwindle as there is no place to survive in this world anymore for daft, dense, selfish and self centred lazy approach to life which is rife and seems to even be celebrated in our country! Mtcheeew!

    • Mahmud Shuaib 2 weeks ago

      Brilliant submission and thats the way to go. I recall disagreeing with you here sometime ago, but this is as honest opinion as they come. NFF, Rohr, players should take the blame. We had no business not beating CAR. That pitch was horrible. I told my PA before commencement of hostilities (was at Trslim live with my PA) that this pitch will not allow for free flowing football.

      Nowadays, almost everything about Nigeria reeks incompetence and failure.

      Just watch a North African pitch amd compare with the nonsense in Lagos. Its a shame.

      We dont need our A team against any of our group opponents. Our fringe players scattered all over Europe; Nwakali, Nwobodo, Dessers, Bonaventure, Amoo, Ozomwafor, Marcos, the guy in Pacos d Fereira in Portugal (Hausa guy), Sodiq etc should get us results against our group opponents.

  • I’ve always loved Oliseh but his constant attack on Rohr is making him seem like one on a pensonal vendetta mission. Quite shameful, as that is just a function of a very very small man mentality.

  • Mr Hush 2 weeks ago

    To be candid; that loss calls for immediate firing of Rohr. Methinks, he is becoming to relax and has stagnated and that effect is telling on his team.
    The precedence Rohr is setting is becoming too bad for my liking. We throw away a big lead to a minnow at home; we lost to Madagascar in an Afcon, and the worst, losing to CAR at home. In Lagos!!. These are records that we don’t need.
    Countries like Ghana and Egypt has let go of their coaches for something less.

    I think Rohr is living on his grace based on the fact he has done well in the past qualifying us. For one who is a keen supporter of his work; I am beginning to get unimpressed. My loyalty lies with the Eagles.I am just going to put it out to Rohr; if he knows he has lost the interest to work here, he should honourably resign. Cause I know the debt infested NFF is too inept to get anything done.
    He needs to put back on that “pressure jacket” and act like every day is like the first day in the job. We need positive consistency.
    Things needs to change. We simply can’t keep losing and drawing to less established footballing nations and taking it like just another day in the office.

    • Patrator 2 weeks ago

      A round of applause to Mr Hush!

      Man nailed every bit of it, our loyalty should lie with the Super eagles regardless.

      If u check Rohr well, that man no really sabi…truth be told. We appreciate what he has done, he has really tried and his name can never be forgotten.

      See that match against Algeria in the last Afcon, just a wrong substitution ruined things, CAR come beat you for home becuz Ndidi, Iwobi and others no de around…

  • We keep talking about the coach and players ,pls my brothers is it by force that we have to play these games in lagos on such a turf that’s outdated? Who is gaining from us playing games in lagos rather than Uyo or other better stadium.listen to what d coach said, we will beat CAR in douala bcs they have better pitch, so indirectly his saying the pitch which we all know was a mess in our previous game and still a mess now. So my question is NFF who is getting something from us playing in lagos, a pitch that local teams can’t even play.

    • Mahmud Shuaib 2 weeks ago

      Nigeria is its biggest enemy. Recall in 2006’WC qualifiers, then NFA Chairman took the game to a scorching hot Sani Abacha stadium in Kano. I was there live. Even as a spectator it was crazy. Imagine taking players who plied their trades in cold weathers to a very humid stadium to prosecute an important qualifier. Of course, we all know the outcome. Teslim Balogun pitch is not fit for the calibre of players we paraded. An Akwa United or Rivers Angel or better still Kano Pillars would have fared better.

  • If I say what is in my mind about oliseh now people will say am insulting my elder……. Come and sack Rhor na! who is holding you……. This people have joy when there is turbulence in Nigerian football……they hate a steady footballing environment.
    ……… Sunday oliseh Nigeria does not owe you anything please f**k off.

  • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

    Now I see it. It is clear to me the 90% of the post here are of people who benefit financially and otherwise from the fraudulent relationship between Amaju and rohr.

    If a someone runs into another fellow with his car, do you go attacking the offending car, or do you hold the driver accountable?…

    It is not only buhari, amaju, rohr, and co that is sabotaging this country. Their supporters are a major part of the rot.

    • Oakfield 2 weeks ago

      Just like you are a very big smelly rot by impersonating another person.

      • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

        Tell me who I am impersonating, and provide proof. Otherwise you and your masters should go fuck yourselves.

        Good day

        • I thought this was a closed chapter? Must you make a nuisance of yourself by pretending to be someone else? Any write-up carries the fingerprints of its author. The fact that you don’t know this says much about your mental capacity. People just need to cast a casual glance on your wranglings and dismiss you as a FRAUD.

          This is very shameful and embarrassing.

    • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

      Hahahaha some people want attention….they want reverence, but they can’t get it….the only way the can do so is to impersonate Dr.Drey. LMAOOOO….who no like beta thing….LMAOoo.

      I’ve told you before, you will only continue to get ridicule…rather than reverence. Use my name all you can…but the attention and recognition you are craving…. you will never get. Never.

  • Chibuike 2 weeks ago

    That’s black man for you, white people already said that Africa man can not rule their self. Oliseh you retired so many good players you and Pick milk, you ran away because juju plenty for nff, water Don pass gari, you come ran away, now we brought white man who understood mentality of black man and organise the team you left. Abeg go and coach jigsawsa golden starts or delta United. Rohr is better than you one million times

  • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 2 weeks ago

    Like some have already said, Rohr is not fantastic but is the best we have had as SE coach/manager in the recent past, yes we know that he can not (yet) be compared with the legend that was Westerhof but he is far from the worst we’ve had, There are things he (Rohr) has done for Naija football that are very good and for that he can/will never be forgotten again.
    I am definitely NOT calling for him to be sacked and I most certainly am disgusted and disappointed with Oliseh for his comments, if it was someone like him (Oliseh) that we are comparing to the Rohr is a SAINT! THE BEST!, however we are not and even though this post is in response to something Oliseh said, In fact he (Oliseh) is quite irrelevant in my response as I dont even listen or hear anything he says after his showing with Naija and the HUGE let down and disappointment and lack of know how and knowledge that he has (with Oliseh, it’s like somebody arguing with a barking dog)- Note here that I am not calling him a dog O!, because I know how some minds on here work and I detest that sort of behaviour so I would be loath to encourage such talk, I have used the expression as a “simile”
    Anyway and back to my point-
    Firstly I am not advocating for Mr Rohr to be sacked, he is the best we have and have had to date bar 1 or 2 before and furthermore, even if you wanted to replace the coach, it would have to be for a better coach who would move the SE to the next stage abi? OK now tell me where you are going to find someone better than who we currently have to fill a job/role where you regularly go for long periods, months, even years unpaid? A job that not only has the potential to cost you your reputation, may jeopardise your safety in all kinds of ways or that you are almost funding the role by yourself or even paying the criminal set up of the NFF and piknnic to be able to be the job holder? How does that make sense?? To want to find high calibre candidates for a job where you are not going to get paid???

    Look, I am not Rohrs defender, and I think that his selection criteria, scouting system/network, tactical awareness, and game management need serious improvement and I am often disappointed with some players being used/called up when we clearly have better, like always putting Iheanacho on a pedestal that he does not deserve at all or believing that Aribo is the finished artice, someone who wouldn’t even get into many premier league sides starting 11 or putting your hopes and ambitions on Iwobi, or and this is the last point, thinking that Balogun and/or Troost are our desired center back pairing (A thing akin to SUICIDE) etc

    But come on! those calling for him to be replaced (UNDER THE CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES) Need to grow up and smell the roses or in this case the “igbe”because that kind of call makes no sense for many of the reasons I have given above.
    There is so much to be said but no time to say it in.




  • At the beginning Rohr was doing a great job but truth be told ou National team has lost direction. We can’t continue to celebrate a man for his past records when the game is changing at a very fast pace.
    Oliseh is one of Nigeria’s best coach in terms of reading games but his extremely poor human relations made his time as coach look like a failure. I think it’s not out of envy that he spoke but on the reality on ground.

  • Ako AMADI 2 weeks ago

    Nigeria’s ex-footballers – e.g. Oliseh, Odegbami, Amuneke, Fashanu – left their brains on the pitch when they retired. None to date has a logical analysis on how to grow our football.

  • Sunday Oliseh corrects the false reports in the media.

    “Some media houses are FALSELY claiming i have advised sacking our Super Eagles coach,Gerhard Rohr.THIS IS TOTAL FALSE!
    Shame on Them!!
    As most pple know i rarely interfere in Super Eagles matters.
    Let’s all get behind D team so they can win tomorrow,otherwise we all miss out!”


    • Oakfield 2 weeks ago

      Bro, forget this face saving move. He knew he goofed by saying that rubbish going by his pedigree. He actually said it but as u know, a leopard can never change its skin, never!!!!

      • Dr Banks 2 weeks ago

        @Oakfield, let’s be objective in all our comments and criticism instead of being blinded by sentiments.

        Oliseh came out to debunk the rubbish report printed by a Nigerian media and you say it’s a “face saving move”? Did you have the video of the interview where he said what the media claimed? So why is it difficult for you to accept his word written on his verified twitter handle?

        Thread carefully with all this jean jean media houses in 9ja because all they care about is selling their papers without any concern on the growth of that great country

  • Big_Cole 2 weeks ago

    To be honest Mr. Sunday Oliseh is right (though I am not a fan of his), If we look around Africa, Nigeria (right now) is blessed with world class talents. The last (serious) impressive game Nigeria played under Rohr was against Argentina at the Russia 2018 world cup (even though we lost the game), since then it has been experimental here and there, so to me it is like we have no direction right now, we are going back to the days where by we used to wait for miracles to happen before we can qualify from a group, we are way too blessed than that please……. may be some of us here don’t get the picture clearly, it is unspeakable to lose against a team like CAR. ( Just my own opinion ooo , no insult abeg… we argue to learn)

    • Coachie 2 weeks ago

      You guys amaze me when you claim “we are to blessed with world class talents”. How many world class talent(s) we get. We should just better face reality and stop deceiving ourselves. Watch Algeria, Senegal play and you will see talents, discipline and professionalism on display. They never go to the pitch to joke

  • When you owe a technically bereft coach, na Palaver you dey want.. nff vs Roar
    Within a year, Roar has broken many records:

    The first SE coach to loose a match in Lagos in 40years..
    The first SE coach to loose a match against Cameroon in regulation time in 32yrs.
    The first SE coach to record zero win in a year.
    The first SE coach to loose a 4 goal lead..
    His record against top 5 countries in Africa is abysmal. Now countries ranked about 100 below us are no longer easy to beat..
    This guy had got the best SE squad ever and one cannot trust him to win against minnows (Madagascar, S-leone, CAR).
    To all Roar die hard fans, your love for the guy is not compared from the love Lampard got from Chelsea fans and owner, but they all agreed that he wasn’t the right guy and Tuchel was brought in and Chelsea became champions of Europe and are among EPL Atitle contenders.
    nff should start looking for coaches with winning mentality and knowledge of current tactics. My money is on Frank Rijkaard supported by Egbo and Rufai.
    The problem with the nff is not about money. The fact is that it runned by gangsters, criminals and real bad people who can kill anybody that tries to stop them.

    • All this one people are talking is good o. Yes, but please for those who follow club. I am asking this question, what is the best strategy or tactic against “park the bus”. I ask Because many great teams have fallen to unknown teams that play this style of football.
      The other day, UEFA Champions League match – Young Boys vs Man Utd. Was it not park the bus that was played by Young Boys, did Manchester United break that team? When Chelsea won their first UEFA Champions League title was it not park the bus system they used against almighty Barcelona and also against Bayern Munich. People just come here on CSN with no knowledge of football but emotions and open their mouth to waaa. I know I called for Victor Moses to be called back into team as an option to Samuel Chukwueze because Victor Moses brings creativity to that wing. With regards to Iwobi, Troost Along and Leon Balogun, who can you truly call now to replace them. Yes We have Awaziem and Omeruo on the bench, but truly looking at their performance in their clubsides, how do you compare???.
      If no one understands this, let me say it here. Since Gernot Rohr took over from our local coaches, the personal fortunes of our Super Eagles players have changed in their respective clubs. No other Nigerian coach has been successful to get our players to progress from a small team to a big one. Not even Keshi or Amodu did so. The last person ever in our history was Westerhof.
      A clear case of this is Osimhen, Troost Ekong, Etebo.

      Let’s be realistic, big teams loose matches to small teams everytime in football. Do they kill the coaches or players??.

      Rohr will still qualify Nigeria for World Cup in flying colours. Plus he will even do better at the tournament this time around.

      Naysayers should argue with their keypad and emotions

      • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 2 weeks ago

        Bro I hear you and you have a very valid point but just to open you up to some possibilities that you may or may not have considered –

        With the Man U vs Young Boys debacle, yes a good example but ask yourself this even though it is absolutely true that big teams lose as well every now and again that is just football, but is there currently some trouble/miscontent/issues at Man U or not? The answer is yes there is, people are complaining about Ole (cant spell his last name lol) and that debate very much like here is still ongoing with many high profile people calling for his head because of things like tactical awareness, ability to utilize the team to its full potential etc
        We all know that Barcelona are only a shodaow of their great selves currently and are just now trying to re build back up and again as here, almost everyone is calling for the head of Koeman the coach, the same thing at Bayern and they have recently changed but are going through a re build, David Alaba who was the team’s heart and soul has left.
        The general point is that if you look closely, there are obvious similarities – So my own stance is this –
        If we can replace Rohr then I am all for that but there are 2 big buts
        1) The timing has to be right and right now would be a poor choice and will surely derail the team (esp a team like ours where the management hierarchy is sketchy at best and none existent as it actually is) all we have is a guy who is passable and can be carrying on and a gang of unintelligent, greedy people calling themselves the governing body and even more scary is that even the country’s national government is also just a gang of greedy, unintelligent cowboys, point being if we sack Rohr right now, it will do more damage than good, but on the upside, after the next game tomorrow will come a good break in the football so then we can move Rohr on then and bring in the new guy who we have hopefully already identified as we speak and have started to sound out.

        2) The other big problem is who will that better coach be? Where are you going to find a good level coach/manager who is worth his salt to agree to come and work in Nigeria with their yeye reputation of never paying wages on time or not at all in many instances – this is common knowlegde, they are still owing Rohr almost 1 year’s wages or is it the fact that we have no football infrastucture, no facilities, no trust, no honour, no integrity, not care for merit and efficiency, absolutely nothing! Or what about the National infrastructure and facilities in the country as a whole? No light because NEPA is not fit for purpose, Imagine a country like Nigeria, try to open mouth about wanting to improve but yet are still using hydro electric power???? Chaii!

  • Nagwandu 2 weeks ago

    You guys don’t think well… Five years with out improvement! Complete failure!

    • Nagwandu 2 weeks ago

      @Ben, what you have said is delusional, Nigeria has bunch of fantastic players with skills, but lack who to guide them… Please if you don’t understand football, allow those who know it talk.

    • You just pointed out the same thing I said. I said Rohr has improved the fortunes of our players. I will quote you, “Nigeria has talented players but lack who to guide them”. Let me ask you this, the Osimhen that was called when Rohr took over vs the Osimhen now even with some of his errors,is that not an improvement???
      Yet am the one that is delusional???
      There is no football player ever without a weakness, just understand that. Plus many times a player’s improvement doesnt come at National teams but at his performance at club level or in a major tournament.
      There are many cases like this in football – James Rodriguez of Colombia was an unknown in football circles until their country’s performance at the last World Cup, or is it a Sissoko of France with his blistering runs that he also built at the same World Cup.
      We are all shouting Sadiq Umar now like he is a messiah. I am waiting for him to get to a Division 1 club, let’s see what he is made of.
      Even from the first set of Super Eagles, how many of them played in a dominating European club team. Only 2 or 3 – Finidi and Kanu at Ajax, Oliseh from Cologne to Dortmund and the Ajax. Amunike at Barcelona which was short lived?
      The rest where we’re again? Victoria Setubal, Club Brugge, Standard Lierge in Belgium, Chelsea under Vialli.
      Please let’s be realistic with our expectations, no one is a machine, that will be performing 100% everytime.

  • DiMastta 2 weeks ago

    When Napoli manager, Spaletti talked about Osimehn’s weakness in tightly packed spaces, Nigerians didn’t really take note.
    Osimehn lacks the ability to take on defender(s) in solo moves especially in packed defences. He just prefers to ineffectually shoot from afar, like he often does in Napoli.
    Awoniyi and Dessers might work well in solo drives but an alternative striker in the make of Sadiq Umar is such we need as backup in a tournament.

    Wish them the best.

  • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 2 weeks ago

    I hope my stance is clear

    I am not against employing a new manager for the team, my only stipulation is that it must be a better coach who will form a high level team with the abundance of talent we are blessed with all around the world and to do that we must obviously let the current manager go, that would be the process right?

    However, and this is my main point, if in an ideal world we have a well oiled and efficient football governing board or even a well oiled efficient and effective Government in the country….one that is fit for purpose, then I would also be shouting to sack Rohr and appoint a new and better manager who understands or is brought to a very good understanding of the size of the job in hand and the expectations of a nation and most importantly the identity of our past great teams ie our style of play-
    1) Very creative and skilful midfielders who can unlock defences in very small, tight spaces – the likes of Okocha and Kanu
    2) Flying wingers from the likes of Lawal to Finidi, through to guys like Babangida etc
    3) A SOLID defence in whatever formation required tactically and finally and just as important and crucial as the rest, if not moreso
    4) A formidable set of strikers in the mold of Yekini (who Osimhen reminds me of incidentally), players like Amokachi and Yakubu or even the more modern skilful big hearted fighters of recent past like Ikpeba, Odemwingie etc
    Right now we have an abundance as it was back in our golden days, we must somehow by hook or by crook replicate those days again, we need to include people like Lookman, Ejaria, Olise(even though with him we must move fast and need luck on our side as he nas many European countries he can play for and they are already all aware of him), Eberechi Eze is another one that we must get, yes he is injured but we must be there right now and let him know we are desperate from him to make the right choice and play for us – these are just a very small number of excellent players, I can mention 20 more and I am not a professional football scout, so it beggars belief that those so called professional scouts and football employees we have are picking poor examples of football players over these wonderful talents who if we can assemble correctly imho would be a world class team, comparable to the golden days of our past greats!

    • These names you just called out now, how well are they playing regular football in their current clubsides? Week in, week out. Full 90 mins like Ndidi?

      Iwobi is not any better, but we must get someone better than him. This only comes from that sort of performance.



    • Only people who don’t learn from their mistakes in the past, will still say shit is honey. All the local coaches we got in the past even Amodu, could you confidently watch a Super Eagles match without having heart attack. How many deaths have you seen or hears occurred in Nigeria or anywhere of recent when Rohr took over as coach.
      Our problems in this Nigeria have many layers to it. Our past football players even the ones that might have gained some coaching badges have not shown their potential in even managing the feeder teams in the clubsides they retire from. Yet they want to coach Super Eagles.

      When we are the problems ourselves at the bottom, how do you expect the top of an organization to be different.

    • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago


      Oliseh was paid the same $30,000 plus per month that Rohr was paid in his 1st contract. His foreign assistant Luscioto was paid $25,000 per month or thereabout….what did he give us….a tattered squad, early retirement of 3 key players, disgrace at CHAN and non qualfiication for ordinary AFCON and 70th position on fifa Rankings…..LMAOOooo.

      He indeed performed better…LMAOoo

      • JimmyBall 2 weeks ago

        let us have proof Oliseh was on such contract sum.

        • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

          Go and meet the people you claimed hotwired satellites for you in 1993 to watch stations established in 1995, to hotwire satellites for you to now so you can re-watch the announcement of his appointment and unveiling back in 2015.

          You think everyone is a liar like you….?? LMAOOooo.

          Dr.Drey has to use spoons to shove facts into your mouth all the time….LMAOOoo

  • Guys, look at the pattern of our loss to Sierra Lorne and CAR you would know that there was something fishy going on ( Davido ).
    P Amaju hmmm. Match-fixing.

  • Do I want Rohr sack for some of the recent poor performances? YES. Can the nff sack him, no they cannot at the moment. Do I want him replace with exinternational? No, they are all incompetent. Should the nff replace Rohr with another foreign coach? Yes but they cannot afford to pay these coaches. My advice is that the nff should sack Yobo, return Salisu Yusuf as the assistance coach.

  • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

    A trip down memory lane

    My critics are mad — Coach Sunday Oliseh
    ByTunde Eludini February 8, 2016 2 min read

    Super Eagles Coach Sunday Oliseh has launched a scathing attack at his critics who continue to fuel speculation about his future in charge of the Nigerian national team; going as far as labelling them insane‎.

    “Now it’s the time to attack,” an infuriated Oliseh said on a new YouTube clip.

    “The usual critics have brought out their fangs again.

    “I’m addressing this constant insanity, this is madness that has befallen some of our critics. You must be insane to ask questions on the future of the Super Eagles because we lost CHAN.

    “With all due respect, CHAN is the least important tournament organised by CAF, and it is a tournament which weighs on the strength of the various leagues and you can see how far DR Congo and TP Mazembe have done.

    “What then should be done to the coaches of Ghana, South Africa and Egypt, who did not qualify for this tournament?

    “This insanity each time the Super Eagles lose, these critics go on air and start seeking the future of the coach. This is madness!

    “They did the same thing when we lost to DR Congo, which was a friendly game. They were asking questions if this was the right person to lead the Super Eagles.

    “We lost to Guinea, and this comes after a 10-game unbeaten run, and they start this hulabalo over the future of the coach of the Super Eagles.”

    Despite the criticism, Oliseh maintained he wason course to qualifying the country for both AFCON 2017 and the 2018 World Cup.

    “We’re on track to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations and we have qualified into the pool stage for the World Cup,” he said.

    “This is the 14th game I have been in charge as coach and we have lost only two and only one official game.

    “So, where is this failure that some people are trying to sell to Nigerians?

    “Unless for coach Sunday Oliseh and his crew to be successful, they have to win all their matches. Jesus Christ! Even the world champions Germany are not doing that.

    “Talk less of us who are a brand-new team we are building for some months now –the team to CHAN have seven players who are certainly leaving our shores to play abroad, two have already signed.

    “I’m proud of what we have achieved with the Super Eagles of Nigeria. Nigerians are happy, there is so much team spirit, it is now interesting to watch the Super Eagles.”

    Rohr has not even called us mad yet…LMAOOOoo…despite being owed 8 months salary and his team, 2 years bonuses. He has never insulted or talked back at anyone

    But here is what we got from the man who has been calling for the head of Rohr since God knows when, despite retiring 3 of our very best and most experienced players, failure at CHAN and abandoning the team when he saw AFCON 2017 failure staring him in the face.

    Even his win ratio as SE coach was never close to Rohr’s…..LMAOooo

    • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

      Stephen Keshi blasts Sunday Oliseh “Those who insulted their elders should expect insults
      February 26, 2016
      – Keshi says it is not easy to manage the Super Eagles
      – Advises Sunday Oliseh to accept criticism
      – Pleads with Nigerians to support the national team Keshi reacts to Oliseh, NFF crisis

      Former Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi has reacted to the lingering crisis between Sunday Oliseh and the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF). In an exclusive chat with SportsDay, Keshi revealed that it is not easy to manage a team like the Super Eagles, but insults are part of the job.
      Stephen Keshi “Managing the Nigerian national team is a very herculean task and those who have insulted their elders should be expecting insults in the course of time.(REFERING TO WHEN OLISEH USED TO ATTACK HIM ON SUPERSPORT WHILE HE WAS STILL THE SE COACH)

      “But the national team which I captained for 16 years is for all Nigerians and we must support them, no matter who is in charge. “I trust that the NFF will settle all disputes and most importantly ensure that players’ welfare is taken care of, otherwise we will continue to quarrel over unnecessary issues”. It would be recalled that Oliseh in a video rant referred to his critics as ‘insane’.
      The former Juventus player also called out his former colleagues in the Super Eagles ‘Benchwarmers’ who are still bench-warming. He added that they want him out so they can install their own favorite into the team. Oliseh argued that he has performed better than his counterparts at Ghana, South Africa and Eygpt who did not even qualify for the African Nations Championship (CHAN 2016).

      • Oakfield 2 weeks ago

        Hehehe…..Internet age where anything thought forgotten and hidden can easily be exhumed by the snap of a finger. Shame on him. I’m beginning to think that guy has a personality disorder that always makes him to act and talk arrogantly wherever he finds himself. It’s a very big problem, I’m really very sorry for his wife and children bcs they’d be biting the dust whenever “dad” is at home

  • chuks haifa 2 weeks ago

    Sunday Oliseh is just like FFK of Nigerian football!Always talking bla bla. He should be quiet and thankful to Rohr for amending the rubbish he did in super Eagles. He is talking like a bitter man. Let him not near Super Eagles again, we don’t want him even his criticisms are tainted.

  • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago


    Funny enough, the context is still the same….and even worse for Rohr now than it was for Oliseh.

    Its so funny that the same Oliseh today has joined the bandwagon of those he referred to as “unfair” and “insane”.

    Talk is always cheap. Give Rohr’s critics the job of the SE today and I can assure you we will be worse than we currently are. Those who said critics never do better knew exactly what they were saying.

  • Joseph 2 weeks ago

    The issue on ground isn’t about oliseh or what he did years ago. He is Nigerian and should be able to air his opinion. Rohr has performed below expectation and there is no future for our football under is watch. Ppl like amadu pinnick can’t sack rohr cos he benefits from his incompetence.

  • Oscar london 2 weeks ago

    Why should Nigeria loose to car
    The coach must go now #amunike in

  • 1. @Ben…if these players are notbworkd class then what are they? Oshimen player of the month in Italy… Ndidi one of the best dm in England for three years now. Simon one of the best assist player in France. Awoniyi one of the highest goal scorers in Germany.

    Chukwueze one of the best last season in his position

    Aribo doing great in Scotland

    And more.

    We have great players. We have world class players who can improve more in few years to come. The problem to me is:

    1. Coaching and tactics and player selection. Rohr’s strength is player management and ability to unite the team. He is not tactically equiped yo take the team to the next level..the issue is that who will replace him that better than him at this moment. Definitely not thenloud mouth oliseh. Is anybody still taking oliseh serious. A man with a bad attitude and a liar.

    2. Another bissue is player attitude. They were complacent against car. They were playing with no seriousness at the beginning of the match. They should bhave bossed the game from the beginning. The car players became more confident. The same problem occured in the sierra Leone game. They showed their wrong attitude again. They allowed sierra Leone to become more confident..

    3.. Another bissue can be the pitch. Check out how our players try to control the ball twice. Check it out. Tomme the last time we played a great game was at uyo where there is a better pitch. This is sving grave we have in doula where there is a better pitch. Car will suffer a heavy loss.

    4. Yes we missed ndidi etebo and iwobi. It’s not a sin for a team to be built around good players. But this the work for the coach. Start looking for players who can replace these players adequately. Car game shows we don’t have them yet. The reason why he should stop embarrassing us and himself with the statement that no new players will be brought into the team. That’s trash. That Kingsley Michael trued to boss the midfield against caoe Verde. I believe he is good but he failed to bring him in again. Frank onyeka is still immature for our game. Aribo should start sitting in the bench until we qualify for the world cup.

    5. On today’s match, rohr please use abdullai and bonke in that midfield. Don’t use aribo and onyeka.

    6. Oshimen is a great striker but he is still young. Different players have their different styles. The reason for the coach to help him as soaelleti is helping him. I doubt nif rohr can do that very well. Even igjalo has his minus. I am not even a big fan of igjalo. Nigerians nearly crushed him after the world cup. He has his strength and weaknesses too. His style is different from that of oshimen. I prefer the style of oshimen. When a striker is not scoring he should give the defence lots of trouble… oshimen dies that more than. Igjalo. And he also scores too.

    If they improve their attitude, we should win today.

  • Ako AMADI 2 weeks ago

    Sunday Oliseh could have managed the Super Eagles for 10 years, but he blew it, thanks to his poor human relations and man management. Now he’s advertising himself for the job again by calling for Rohr’s sack. That is unethical and unprofessional.